The Save Movement is growing around the world!
We have 891 chapters in three branches: Animal Save: 693 groups in 70 countries Climate Save: 175 groups in 46 countries Health Save: 23 groups in 8 countries
Joaquin Phoenix, after the screening of the film “Joker” at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and hours before winning the TIFF Tribute award, took time out to lend support to the Be Fair Be Vegan campaign!
He stopped by St. George subway station in Toronto which has received a Be Fair Be Vegan makeover! Joaquin stood beside the huge animal rights murals which show the animals’ perspective.
Please watch our video: Joaquin speaks about the importance of campaigns such as Be Fair be Vegan.
Dozens of news, entertainment and vegan media outlets, both print and television, covered the story. Please check outthis folderwhich contain powerful photos of the St. George subway takeover by Be Fair Be Vegan ads, including ones byWe Animals’ photographer Jo-Anne McArthur.
Please see coverage by entertainment news outlets:
“In addressing our speciesist attitudes toward other animals, Be Fair Be Vegan encourages us to consider that our core similarities are far deeper than our surface differences. Now, more than ever, the world needs to hear this message,” he said.
Please contribute by donating to our GoFundMe campaign. We are currently at 60% of our goal of $50,000. Help us get to 75%! Please share the campaign with your friends and family who have hopefully seen the ads and seen how powerful they are.
OUR MISSION The Climate Save Movement is a worldwide network of climate action groups aiming to end animal agriculture and transition to a just and vegan, plant-based food system, reforest the Earth and phase out fossil fuels to address the climate emergency.
Please welcome our new Climate Save chapters from around the world: Asia
Dehradun Climate Save (India). Find them onFacebook.
Please join us for these upcoming actions:
Via OneGreenPlanet: On Friday, September 20th, people all around the world will be marching for the planet. The Global Climate Strike is a worldwide protest inspired by the youth behind School Strikes for Climate. A year ago, Greta Thunberg motivated young people all around the world when she started walking out of school on Fridays to urge the Swedish government to fight climate change.
The purpose of the strike is to urge governments to fight climate change, but there are specific demands that protesters are asking for. Specifically, activists are pressuring governments to transition from fossil fuels to 100 percent renewable energy. Climate Save Movement demands a transition to a vegan world, as animal agriculture is a key driver of the climate chaos.
September 20 to 27 RSVP:event page
Every day from September 20th to the 27th during The Global Week For Future, we’re asking for bells to be rung daily around the world. The goal is to get churches, synagogues, mosques, schools and community centers – anyone who has bells – to ring them at 12 pm (or just before your strike starts) every day for several minutes.
Template letters to send to religious institutions, schools are listed below. Also, ask for messages to be placed on signboards out front of buildings and flyers for your strikes on their noticeboards. Some institutions are very supportive of social justice issues, particularly environmental and human rights issues.
Letter templates: to a church, to a secular institution
OCTOBER ANIMAL REBELLION
October 7, London UK RSVP:event page
Our message is urgent: we need to end animal agriculture and fishing entirely, and transition to a sustainable plant-based food system to avert climate catastrophe.
We need thousands of people to get involved and build this action together. From 7 October, we will take over the streets of London for 12 days in non-violent, civil disobedience to ensure our message is heard. Please book time off work and bring a tent. We need you!
It’s time to act now.
Cargill: don’t let the Amazon burn
October 7, 7:45 AM – 8:45 AM, New York City RSVP:event page
The Amazon is on fire, and we know who’s to blame. It’s Cargill. A new report by Mighty Earth found that Cargill’s activities are centrally linked to the incineration of the Amazon.
On October 7, the Wall Street Journal is interviewing Cargill’s Senior Vice President Ruth Kimmelshue at the Intercontinental New York Barclay. We’re showing up because we need to tell the Wall Street Journal the full story.
Five years ago, Cargill pledged to cut ties to deforestation by 2020. This year the company openly admitted they will not be following through on that commitment. We do not have another 5 years. We don’t have another one year. Cargill must act now.
9/9 Don’t Eat The Amazon
Climate Save groups held a day of action for the Amazon on September 9.
OUR MISSION Ditch Dairy SAVE Lives aims to encourage Save groups (existing and new) to hold vigils outside of dairy farms or factories incorporating outreach. Groups can also do outreach outside of establishments retailing large amounts of dairy products.
Please watch our video: After being used and exploited for their milk, impregnated consecutively, year after year, they were finally discarded outside the farm where they lived.
Hyderabad Animal Save bore witness to aquatic animals at a fish market: “We may find it difficult to empathize with fishes and other aquatic animals since they are very different from humans physically, they live beneath the water, and we cannot perceive their vocalizations. However, numerous studies have shown that fishes have the capacity to suffer and feel pleasure, just like mammals, birds, reptiles and other animals. Fishes suffer pain and seek out positive experiences.”
Please watch: Seoul Animal Save gave these cows some love just before their unjust end. “Animals want to live and sniff around. Today is their first day out and the last day of their life.”
At Sydney Save Animals in Laboratories‘ September 6 protest outside medical research facility RPA, vegan psychologist Clare Mann explains why she’s there against animal experimentation. Please watch.
Whanganui Animal Save report from their September 8 vigil at Land “Meats” slaughter plant: “This magnificent animal, through no fault of his own, will have his throat slit tomorrow morning. He will be selected from the pen, possibly beaten with a pipe or bamboo rod, and goaded into the chute that leads to the stun box. He will be hungry and terrified, and not one person will say a kind word.”
Save organizers from three continents gathered for a meeting at the International Animal Rights Conference in Luxembourg. The conference ran September 5-8.
Torhout Pig Save marked one year of Save vigils in Belgium with a vigil on August 27. Please watch.
The Save Movement in France is holding an International Activism Week from september 14 to 18. They will hold workshops, talks and actions to advance the cause of animal liberation. Events are listed on their page.
Luxembourg Animal Save was joined by many activists from across Europe and farther still for their vigil at Ettelbrück slaughter plant on September 9.
Malta Animal Save held a vigil on August 27. Please watch: “Here are just a few of this morning’s victims – piled on top of each other, barely able to stand. They were innocent beings who did nothing to deserve a death sentence.”
Montijo Animal Save report from their September 1 vigil: “These are images of hundreds of animals that were in the 19 trucks at our 11th vigil. The only certainty in the lives of these animals is the date of their death already planned. The only ambition and desire they have is to live like any of us. But they have no choice. They don’t have the right to it because they are seen as numbers.”
Ballymena Pig Save held their first vigil on August 29 at Cranswick Country “Foods.” Gary Graham attended and reported: “My heart broke this morning The sentient beings in these photos will be dead by now. Suffocated in a gas chamber where they scream and thrash for their lives before being strung up and stabbed in the throat How can we justify this? Together, we can stop this violence and cruelty.”
Paraná Animal Save bore witness on September 3 at the Frigorífico Alberdi slaughter plant. About the cows going in to die, they wrote: “They look at us and we feel shame.”
Rancagua Animal Save held a vigil for the chickens and pigs in August. “Let’s change their lives, and yours. Don’t include their corpse in your diet – go vegan.”
Montevideo Animal Save held a protest at the Expo Prado, the annual agricultural fair where animals are displayed as products. In their words, “Animal slavery must end and we are the only ones who can make it happen.”
St. John’s Farm Animal Save holds a weekly vigil at Country Ribbon slaughter plant. These are images from their August 26 vigil. “These poor babies were frightened as they arrived. Some were clearly injured and some were taking their last breaths.
What horrors had they endured just so people could eat their tortured bodies? Within hours the truck left empty.”
Manitoba Animal Save did their first ever banner drop on September 7. Many people driving down a busy road saw messages for animal liberation: “End Speciesism,” “End All Animal Oppression.” Please watch.
Tampa Bay Animal Save obtained this video at Musa’s Slaughterhouse during their vigil. The pigs are seen suffering from very high temperatures. “No mud to cool off. No stimulation. Awaiting their slaughter.”
Animal Alliance Network report from their vigil on September 5 outside Farmer John slaughter plant: “The weather has been unbearably hot, can you imagine being crammed in a big metal truck with little to no ventilation & no water? Think about it, make the connection. Go vegan.”
Orlando Animal Save bore witness at Orlando Live “Poultry.” They report: “It never gets any easier witnessing these suffering animals.”